Don Bosco School (full title Don Bosco School (Salesian Sisters) Inc. - Manila, also known as DBS), is an educational institution owned and operated by the Daughters of Mary Help of Christians (FMA), otherwise known as Salesian Sisters of St. John Bosco . It was founded in 1989 .
Founded in 1989, the school started its operations by temporarily accommodating boys from the primary levels of Don Bosco Technical College (DBTC) in Mandaluyong City which belongs to the Salesians of Don Bosco (SDB). DBTC gradually phased out their pre-school and primary levels. DBTC also temporarily transferred some of their primary level faculty to Don Bosco School Manila. The administration and policies applied to this agreement followed the DBTC Manual for students, faculty and staff. The Salesian Sisters Administration of DBS Manila and the Salesian Fathers Administration of DBTC Mandaluyong worked in close supervision and collaboration until April 1993 when the last group of transferees had finished their Grade 4 and enrolled back at DBTC to finish their Intermediate and High school. Faculty members who were temporarily transferred from DBTC were offered a choice as to their preferred employer.
However, this agreement did not hinder the administration of DBS to start its own co-educational pre-school and grade school levels and to employ directly its new faculty and staff in 1989. In April 1993, DBS Manila and DBTC Mandaluyong finally ended its temporary phase in and phase out... Read More